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Bungie Already Has Plans For Destiny 3

Tyler Lee May 22, 2017

Bungie is expected to release the sequel to Destiny later this year, and it is something that many gamers are probably looking forward to. However it seems that even without Destiny 2 released, the folks at Bungie might already know what they’re going to do for the title after that, which probably will be called Destiny 3.

How is that? According to a post on Reddit by user JakusSlayer, he claims to have attended  the Supanova Expo in Melbourne, Australia where he met Nolan North. For those unfamiliar, North is the voice actor for Destiny in which he voices the “Ghost” character. Speaking to North, JakusSlayer tried to get more information about Destiny 2 out of him but failed to do so, however North did mention that his contract with Bungie was for the next 10 years at least, suggesting that Bungie had plans for him.

He also noted that Bungie also has plans or at least has an idea of where Destiny 3 could be headed in terms of a story. Now we wouldn’t be surprised if Bungie did think that far ahead, however at the same time it’s easy enough to have an idea and we’re sure that with Destiny 2 planned for a release this year, Bungie is probably focusing their efforts on that rather that Destiny 3.

So like we said, perhaps Bungie just has an idea of where they want the game to go, but exactly how far along in development is another story. In the meantime Destiny 2 will be launched for the PC, something that many had asked for with the original.

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Destiny 2 For The PC Will Only Be Released After The Console Launch

Tyler Lee May 19, 2017

Yesterday the folks at Bungie announced Destiny 2, the sequel to Destiny that was released several years ago. One of the more exciting parts of the announcement was the fact that the game would be launched on the PC (and exclusively available via Blizzard’s Battle.net platform).

The game was announced for a release on the 8th of September, 2017, but it turns out there is a catch. As it turns out the PC release of Destiny 2 will not take place on the 8th of September, but instead it will be launched at a later date. We knew that there would exclusive PS4 content and we’re not sure if this might have anything to do with the PC version being launched later.

However according to Destiny 2’s creative director Luke Smith who spoke to PC Gamer, it seems that maybe extra work needs to be done on the PC version before it is released, hence the “delay”. “We’re not committed to a PC date yet. Our partnership with Blizzard and being on Battle.net, we want to make sure that this version of the game has the time it needs to bake in the oven so it’s a delicious piece of bread when it comes out.”

According to the FAQ on Blizzard’s website, more details are expected to be shared later this year. “Bungie is actively working through the global details. We look forward to sharing additional information later this year.”

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Destiny 2 Will Be The Only Third-Party Game Blizzard Will Support

Tyler Lee May 19, 2017

When Destiny 2 for the PC was announced, what was interesting about the announcement is that the game would not be sold through platforms such as Steam, but rather it will be made available through Blizzard’s Battle.net platform. This is a first for Blizzard as Battle.net has pretty much been home to Blizzard’s first-party titles.

So what does this mean? Is Blizzard planning to launch a Steam competitor? For those worried about Blizzard doing that, you can rest assured that will not be happening. In a Q&A on its website (via Attack of the Fanboy), it seems that the support for Destiny is more like an exception to Blizzard’s standard operating procedures rather than the start of something new.

According to Blizzard, “Our focus in terms of supporting non-Blizzard games is solely around Destiny 2. Aside from potentially evaluating needs or opportunities for future Activision games, we don’t have any short- or long-term plans to support third-party games with Battle.net. It’s important to us to maintain our quality standards for any experience or service we’re putting in front of our players, which represents a big investment of time and effort on our part, so this is not something we’re jumping into lightly.”

We should point out that one of the possible reasons Blizzard agreed to support Destiny 2 is because the game is published by Activision who shares the same Activision Blizzard parent company, but what do you guys think? Should Blizzard expand and support more third-party games? Or do you think they should just keep doing what they’re doing?

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No Plans For Destiny 2 To Arrive On The Nintendo Switch

Tyler Lee May 19, 2017

The Nintendo Switch is doing quite well for itself and if there was ever a definition of a comeback, this would be it, especially considering that many were quite skeptical about Nintendo’s future following the flop that was the Wii U. However it seems that despite the Switch’s initial success, not all developers are falling over themselves to put games on the console.

In fact if you were hoping that the recently announced Destiny 2 would arrive for the Nintendo Switch, you would be disappointed to learn that will not be happening. Speaking to IGN, the project’s lead Mark Noseworthy revealed that there are currently no plans to bring the game onto the Switch.

Noseworthy was quoted as saying, “I think it’s pretty unrealistic, given we’re an online-only game, right? The Switch, because it’s a portable – and I love my Switch, I’ve got Breath of the Wild here, I’ve got it with me. It’s incredible, I love the console, but in terms of where it’s at, I don’t want leave anyone with the possibility of, like, ‘it’s a thing we’ll consider, maybe next year.’ There’s no plans right now for Switch.”

Destiny 2 was recently announced where it will be making its way onto the PC, something its predecessor did not do. Maybe Destiny 2 for the Switch could happen as Noseworthy did not give a hard no as an answer, but we guess gamers probably shouldn’t hold their breath.

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Destiny 2 Will Not Have Cross-Save Between PC And Console

Tyler Lee May 19, 2017

With the announcement that Destiny 2 will be coming to the PC, we’re sure that there are many PC gamers who are pretty psyched by the news. However the question some are asking is whether or not you can carry over your progress from PC to console and vice versa, which according to a rumor you could.

Unfortunately it seems that the rumors have since been dispelled following the game’s official reveal. In a report from USgamer, it has been confirmed that there will not be any cross-save between PCs and consoles, meaning that if you choose to play on the PC, you’re pretty much locked to the PC, and the same can be said for console.

What this means is that if you do have a group of friends that you want to play the game with, you guys will need to decide whether or not you want to play on the PC, PS4, or the Xbox One, that is unless someone doesn’t mind starting from scratch. According to Mike Zak, the game’s art director, “Hopefully, you’re going to find a platform where you’ve got friends and stick to that one. If you don’t, you can use our new Guided Games system for clans to make new friends.”

Cross-play between consoles and PCs is something that gamers have been asking for for the longest time ever, but due to different settings, hardware, security protocols, and with companies insisting on using their own services like PSN, Xbox Live, and etc., we reckon it might be a while before that happens.

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Destiny 2 Will Run At 60fps On The PC

Tyler Lee May 18, 2017

As you might have heard by now, it has been announced that the upcoming Destiny 2 will be coming onto the PC, confirming earlier rumors in the process. Now some gamers who might have played the game on console, if you’re looking for a reason to switch to PC, how does a boost in graphics sound to you?

According to a report from USgamer, they have confirmed after attending Bungie’s Destiny 2 event in Los Angeles that it seems that the PC version of Destiny 2 will run at 60fps or possibly even higher. Bungie has stated that the frame rates on Destiny 2 for the PC will be unlocked, so depending on your setup it could go beyond 60fps which is what the game was locked to during the demo.

As for consoles, it seems that Destiny 2 will be locked in at 30fps, and if you’re wondering if this applies to newer and more powerful consoles like the PS4 Pro, unfortunately it seems that it will. However things like frame rate and resolution are only part of the overall gaming experience so if Bungie gets it right, Destiny 2 will still be an enjoyable game regardless of which platform you play it on.

It was also announced that Destiny 2 for the PC will only be available through Blizzard’s Battle.net, which isn’t surprising given that Destiny 2 is published by Activision whose parent company is Activision Blizzard. In the meantime you can check out the gameplay reveal trailer in the video above.

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Razer Destiny 2 PC Peripherals Revealed

Adnan Farooqui May 18, 2017


Razer, a force to be reckoned with in the gaming peripheral arena, today announced a new partnership with Bungie. The latter revealed more information about its upcoming Destiny 2 game today. It has also been confirmed today that Razer Destiny 2 PC peripherals are going to be released this year alongside the game. This happens to be the first Destiny game that’s going to be released for PC as well.

These PC peripherals have been developed in collaboration with Bungie. They include a new keyboard, mouse, mouse mat, and headset. All of them are going to be released in September this year around the same time that Destiny 2 is released.

Razer’s products for Destiny 2 include the Razer DeathAdder Elite mouse, the Ornata Chroma keyboard, the Man O’War Tournament Edition headset, and the Goliathus Speed mouse mat. Razer says that these products are going to “bring the ultimate Destiny 2 experience to players.”

“The team has come up with some cool ways to pair Destiny‘s art and designs with Razer’s high-performance hardware, providing players with new ways to customize their Destiny 2 experience,” said Jim McQuillan, the creative director for brand and marketing at Bungie.

Information about pricing and release dates will be available in the following months. Destiny 2 is going to be released for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on September 8th. Bungie also confirmed today that the Destiny 2 PC release will not be through Steam.

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— RΛZΞR (@Razer) May 18, 2017

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Destiny 2 PC Release Won’t Be Through Steam

Adnan Farooqui May 18, 2017


It had long been rumored that the next Destiny title is going to be released for PC as well. Bungie officially confirmed this a couple of weeks back, it said that Destiny 2 is going to be released for PC as well as PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The developer has now revealed where the game is going to be listed for PC gamers. They’re not going to find Destiny 2 on Steam.

Blizzard president Mike Morhaime confirmed during the Destiny 2 reveal event today that Destiny 2 is going to be available for PC exclusively through Blizzard’s own Battle.net platform. Gamers will be able to use Blizzard’s service for exploring and downloading games as well as for connecting with fellow gamers through the friends list and chat features of Battle.net that work with Destiny 2.

Destiny 2 gamers on PC can look forward to 4K resolution support, full mouse and keyboard support with custom key mapping, uncapped framerate, an adjustable field of view, text chat, 21:9 monitor support, and a detailed PC settings screen.

Now we know that Bungie is not going to offer its new title through Steam. Those who want to purchase a digital copy will have to buy it from Battle.net as it’s not going to be listed elsewhere.

A retail copy of Destiny 2 is going to be offered to PC gamers as well but it’s highly likely that the disc version will require Blizzard’s client to run.

Even though it’s going to be available on all three platforms, Destiny 2 will get PS4-exclusive content at least until the fall next year. Destiny 2 is going to be released on September 8th for the aforementioned platforms.

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Destiny 2 Rumored To Be Available On Steam

Tyler Lee April 6, 2017

Last week Bungie officially announced Destiny 2 and in the process, they also confirmed that Destiny 2 would be playable on the PC. For those who are looking forward to the game, a report from Gadgets 360 has revealed that there is a chance that Destiny 2 could be available for purchase via Steam.

Now you might be wondering what is the importance or significance? For starters, there were rumors that Destiny 2 could be getting its own launcher, but if the Steam rumors prove to be true then we guess that’s one less launcher to be concerned over. As Gadgets 360 points out, we already have the likes of GOG, Origin, Blizzard’s own launcher, and Uplay, so having to download and install one more launcher just for one game doesn’t really make sense.

Not to mention Steam has the added bonus of being around for a while now, which means that gamers probably have huge friends lists and achievements that they have saved, not to mention some gamers might already have credit in their Steam Wallet that they’d rather use, so there’s that too.

The launch on Steam remains to be seen so take it with a grain of salt, but Destiny 2’s release on the PC has been confirmed for later this year where it is expected to be launched in multiple versions.

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Destiny 2’s DLC Release Schedule Possibly Leaked

Tyler Lee April 3, 2017

It was just last week that Bungie officially announced Destiny 2. However the game has not yet been released but it seems that there are talks about its future DLCs already, which we guess are to be expected although admittedly it does feel a bit early. That being said, the possible release dates of those DLCs have been revealed.

In an image of a memo posted onto Imgur (via WCCFTech), it shows the release schedule of the DLCs that have been planned for the game. Dubbed the Destiny 2 Expansion Pass, it has been revealed that the first DLC planned for the game will be seeing a release in the winter of 2017 which will towards the end of the year, while the second DLC will be seeing a release in the spring of 2018.

No specific dates were mentioned, but given the seasons we guess we have a very rough time frame to look forward to. The memo reads, “The Destiny 2 Expansion Pass includes reservations for both EXPANSION I and EXPANSION II, which will be released in Winter 2017 and Spring 2018, respectively. The Expansions offer brand new story missions, co-operative activities, competitive multiplayer, and a wealth of new weapons, armour, and gear.”

In the meantime Destiny 2 itself will be released on the 8th of September where it will be available on the PS4, Xbox One, and the PC.

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